Am I supposed to call/text or shall I wait?

I’m Brazilian, he is American. We had our 1st date 2 days ago. We live about 2 hours drive away from each other and he came over to meet me. Date went well, we spent around 5 hours together. We both talked, he touched my back a few times. He kissed me when we were saying goodbye and said we’d talk again soon. Please note he is a busy man (director of a multi-national company). Shall I call/text him? Or shall I wait for him to make the next move? Thanks everyone!

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6 thoughts on “Am I supposed to call/text or shall I wait?

  1. Dennis Hong says:

    [Well, this is always a tough question, because every situation is different. Honestly, your description doesn’t really suggest that he’s all that into you, and I notice you’re already making excuses for him (“he’s busy”), so I don’t see that being a good pattern to start on.

    Still, it’s been one date. I don’t see why you can’t call or text him if you want. So, I say go for it. Just don’tkeep calling or texting multiple times if he doesn’t respond or blows you off.

    Good luck….

  2. Lynnda says:

    [Absolutely – call him. If you give him a call (and really.. if you want to – then do it, the days of women having to wait patiently for the man to call are over).. If he isn’t interested then you can move on vs sitting around for 2 weeks waiting for the phone to ring.

    Call him.. let him know you had a nice time and you would like to see him again.. then listen to how he responds.

    Move on or hang in there .. at least you’ll know.

  3. Missy says:

    [i don’t see any reason not to call or text him if you are really wanting to, but if he wants to contact you, he will. you initiating contact probably won’t sway him one way or the other as to whether he’s interested in pursuing it further.

  4. Heather says:

    [I typically call or text a guy after a good 1st date. If I’m not interested, then I don’t reach out. If you’re at all interested, you should do the same. If you don’t, someone else out there will. Men like to feel wanted and desired and don’t just chase after women all the time – it’s flattering for them to feel pursued.

  5. Kendra says:

    [He said that you would call or talk soon, so to know whether he meant it or not, you need to wait and see what happens. If he does not follow through, I’d say he is not interested.

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